This modern-day Round Top farmhouse sits just blocks from the town square. It is all about living an intentionally driven life that embraces a connection to nature and community. It captures and refines historical elements and the timeless spirit of the early-day farmhouse. Expansive porches encourage one's connection to the land and provides a great space to entertain guests on a crisp, Texas Fall day. The intentional placement of windows flood rooms with natural light and further enhance the homeowner's connection to nature. An inviting and warm kitchen centers around an oversized Texas Post Oak island, perfect for family gatherings. This Round Top farmhouse is bright, airy, and focuses on the elements of natural light and organic materials rooted in craftsmanship and details. Natural materials, such as the Salvaged Texas Post Oak hardwood flooring, add warmth and texture. The home offers open and livable spaces, yet seamlessly transitions to private and cozy rooms that provide both purpose and elegance.
This modern-day farmhouse mixes old and new, vintage and modern to create a warm, personal tone. The variety of textures gives this space depth and interest. The elegant vintage light fixture compliments the delicate hardware on the custom built in. A few well placed accessories complete the look of this warm and inviting space.
The use of organic materials keeps a space connected to nature. Wood floors and architectural details are best, as seen here with the salvaged wide plank Texas Post Oak floors and the detailed, fluted balusters. You may also consider introducing stone, wicker, rattan, sisal and other natural materials wherever it makes sense. The mix of metals from the chandelier, curtain rods, and hardware flows seamlessly from the living room to the dining room with these time worn metal dining chairs.
Neutral colors, intentional materials, and mix of textures gives this dining room a relaxed vibe.
The marble countertops, white shiplap, warm wood and vintage style lighting all contribute to a kitchen that is elegant and refined allowing the material selections to shine. The rows of windows add an abundance of natural light adding to the already bright and airy vibe.
The homeowner loved the Texas Post Oak hardwood flooring and wanted to add that same character and interest in the kitchen island. A kitchen island is a great way to ground your space and create functional and usable space in your kitchen. This Texas Post Oak Island celebrates the right amount of exposed knots and character formed by the nature of its Texas landscape. It adds extra storage and provides a gathering spot for guests to kick back and relax.
The look of this cozy sitting room just off the master bedroom employs a simple and calming color scheme: brown, whites and creams, and wood elements—salvaged Texas Post Oak hardwood flooring, shiplap, and custom built ins. Natural materials are a great way to achieve this style because they add rustic texture, character, and warmth. Look for leathers with a patina, unfinished and weathered woods, and any piece that shows off its age with a vintage finish.
An abundance of natural light mixed with a clean palette of white and warm wood makes a big statement in this hallway.
This bedroom demonstrates the emphasis on light and spaciousness that typifies a farmhouse style. Light, wide-plank hardwood floors, shiplap - of course, and neutral bedding make this bedroom a serene and calming space.
The vertical slates of this white washed barn door adds another dimension of visual interest and texture.
We love adding elements of white to a space using different platforms and texture, as seen here with the white walls, white washed barn door, and white vertical shiplap. It eludes an understated elegance and allows the natural light to dance in this hallway.
This creative office space is a creatives dream - its bright, vibrant, and oh so organized. It has plenty of windows, and sunlight to reduce stress and cultivate a creative mindset for the homeowner who is a creative artist specializing in photography.
The homeowner's love the story of our Wide Plank Texas Post Oak flooring. It made them feel a sense of pride and a connection to the Texas landscape. During the production of their custom flooring and stairs, they came down to our manufacturing facility and to see first hand the processes and quality of craftsmanship that makes their floor unparalleled in aesthetics and quality.
We Do What Other's Don't
The experience of connecting an individual to their natural environment through the use of sustainable materials drives our creativity. We mindfully craft a quality product that is worthy of its sustainable journey.
At Hardwood Design Company, our principles drive not only what we do but how we do it. We choose raw materials that are available naturally, and we salvage so that we don’t rob the land of its beauty. Our sustainable products include Texas Post Oak, Texas Mesquite, and Southern Pecan.
3698 Ranch Road 620 South, #101, Austin, TX 78738
College Station, Texas Showroom
750 William D. Fitch Parkway #310, College Station, TX 77845
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Photography: Alex Parker + Media